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How to Pronounce Sits: Learn how to pronounce Sits in English correctly

Learn how to say Sits correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word sit:

verb (sits, sitting; past and past participle sat /sat/)
1 [no object] adopt or be in a position in which one’s weight is supported by one’s buttocks rather than one’s feet and one’s back is upright:
you’d better sit down
I sat next to him at dinner
[with object] cause (someone) to sit:
I sat the baby on my lap
[no object] (of an animal) rest with the hind legs bent and the body close to the ground:
it is important for a dog to sit when instructed
[with object] ride or keep one’s seat on (a horse):
have you never sat a horse before?
[with object] (of a table, room, or building) be large enough for (a specified number of seated people):
the chapel sat about 3,000 people
(sit for) pose, typically in a seated position, for (an artist or photographer):
Walter Deverell asked her to sit for him
[with object] North American not use (a player) in a game:
the manager must decide who to sit in the World Series
2 [no object, with adverbial of place] be or remain in a particular position or state:
the fridge was sitting in a pool of water
[with adverbial] (of an item of clothing) fit a person well or badly as specified:
the blue uniform sat well on his big frame
(sit with) be harmonious with:
his shyness doesn’t sit easily with Hollywood tradition
3 [no object] (of a parliament, committee, court of law, etc.) be engaged in its business:
Parliament continued sitting until March 16
serve as a member of a council, jury, or other official body:
they were determined that women jurists should sit on the tribunal
(sit for) British be the Member of Parliament for (a particular constituency):
since the war members of several parties have sat for Anglesey
4 [with object] British take (an examination):
pupils are required to sit nine subjects at GCSE
[no object]:
he was about to sit for his Cambridge entrance exam
5 [no object, in combination] live in someone’s house while they are away and look after their pet or pets:
Fenella had been cat-sitting for me
See also babysit.
6 [no object] (of a bird) rest on a branch; perch:
the robin sat on a low branch
(of a bird) remain on its nest to incubate its egg:
(as adjective sitting)
a sitting hen
[in singular]
1a period of sitting:
a sit in the shade
2 archaic the way in which an item of clothing fits someone:
the sit of her frock